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How COVID-19 changed the leasing industry

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This isn’t Toronto's first real estate rodeo and history dictates a rebound. The question is when and how much? Anthony Scilipoti, president and CEO of Veritas Research, believes he knows the answer.
Chris Coleman, left, and Colin Ross

Colonnade BridgePort hires Colin Ross, Chris Coleman

Colonnade BridgePort has hired Colin Ross as director, leasing, GTA and Chris Coleman, director, asset management.

Another tale of two investments

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Once upon a time, in a neighbourhood not so far far away, there lived two investors that chose differently. Who fared better? You be the judge.
A rendering of the proposed Pacific Maritime Centre.

Coldwell Banker Commercial Oceanside Real Estate to represent Maritime Museum of British Columbia

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Coldwell Banker Commercial Oceanside Real Estate has been hired to represent the Maritime Museum of British Columbia in leasing its proposed Pacific Maritime Centre (PMC).

Developer deals: Convey parkland to the city, or pay cash-in-lieu?

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Can real estate developers demand they be given the option of paying cash-in-lieu rather than conveying away valuable land?
David Bowden

Colliers launches new advisory and consulting division

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Commercial real estate firm Colliers Canada recently launched a new initiative, the Colliers Strategy & Consulting Group. The new business line is being led by David Bowden, former CEO of Colliers Canada.

A tale of two investments: Part 2

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Which real estate investment would you be more confident to invest in? Let us know on Twitter @ApexRealtyInve1 and @REM_Online. Please be sure to link to this story when you share your answer.

A tale of two investments

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Once upon a time, in a neighborhood not so far away, there lived two investors who made different choices. Who fared better? You be the judge.

Ontario landlords beware: Requirements and pitfalls of Bill 192

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Bill 192, Protecting Small Business Act, 2020 came into force on June 18. The goal of the act was to strong-arm qualifying landlords into the Canada Emergency Commercial Rent Assistance (CECRA) program.

Getting commercial buildings ready for back to work

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Clean it and they will come. Don’t and it could cost you your business. If a customer, client or guest looks into your business and doesn’t think it’s safe to venture inside, chances are they won’t.